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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH Rl. 1921 LtiTHtiKlDUE JJA1LY PAGE THREE THIS IS FARM MACHINERY WEHM0E WILL HELP YOU SELL BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDSi OF FARM IlfflPLEMENTS, FOR SALE (Agricultural) (Continued.) U 101 n. (i SPRING RYE Excollont sccii for sale in large or j small lots. 1'rieo ?2.2.j per bushel. K cash witli orders. Backs extra. Sew moro rye and avoid crop failure. A good yiolder under dry conditions, i Write owner, Jl. A. Downs, 22-1 18th AVO. w., Calgary, Alta. Addresses Retail Merchants on Not How Little But How Much v Taxes Can You Pay Must Be Rule In Canada, Says Sir H. Drayton Xo. 2 U. Banner, 43 Ibs. 100% germination. Car now unloading. Spe- cial price on application. K. 0. Jlydo Co., Phono 1244. 1142 VOU would troilo for a suit- able automobile, part or all of tho Col- lowing: Quo 10-20 Titan one and 0. plow; ono 10-fool engine double dis-i; one ID-foot McCormack drill, double disc typo; one Ovovlantl car. All tho above in good shape. Also Jiavo threo kerosene; ono hundred bushels of seed flax; one ton potatoes. consider land lit tho Lethbridge Northern district. Ap- ply Kennedy, care Lcthbrid Hotel. 10 UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY PER TON P. O. B. shipping point. No old bottom. 1 year's growth, no grass. Baled before snow cany. Standard Grade 1st Cutting ALFALFA HAY PER TON P. O. B. Lethbridge. Government inspected combination cars, half No. 1 Timothy and No. 1 First cut Alfalfa. PER TON F. 0. B. Lethbridge. NEPTUNE HAY CHAIN CO. Confronting the Dominion Phone 1555. Lethbridge. TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is the time to order, wire or phone us. Lowest tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saundcrs Hay Grain Co. Lethbridge. Phone 122. Write quota- OTTAWA, Mar. at a luncheon of tho Ottawa brunch of the Hetail Association how yesterday. Sir Henry Drayton, minis- tor u[ finance, stated that the retail merchants oC this country hail early soon the necessity of stopping extrav- agance and luxurious buying. Jn speaking oT tho principle on which tuxes should be applied, the minister of fiuanca said that in his opinion as large a number of prom- inent business men as jJOssiliN; should be consulted. hn said. "Is the coursti I have always'follow- ed in order that the tax shall do us; littlo harm as possible to business. "At tho present time the absolutely unescapablc tax on tho people of Can- ada is vnry heavy. The sums are for the discharge of obligations which every honest Canadian desires to be met. (Cheers.) "The question a business man should ask himself is not how imifh paying he could escape, but how much taxes ho could afford amf still run his business at a reasonable profit." What They Can Spare Sir Henry referred to tho three-day conference starting in Toronto today of retail merchants and others to discuss taxation. He, hoped the .spirit will to offer the country what the merchants least they can get away was confident that this broad spirit would animate tho greater majority of the delegates. While natural growth was fostered by International trade, still with a na- tion the same as an, individual, juze might mean loss. from satisfied for there was unem- ployment, I hero was a certain amount of unrest. "Yet never before in the history of the country did we have .so many commodities brouglu into it, never, before did we import FO many. luxuries." Big Trade Increase Our international trade in the 11 months ending last February had in- creased enormously, having regard tn the drop in prices this year over u corresponding period immediately be- fore. Tile total for the II months end- ing February. I9lii, wa.s S2.1 lo.uoo.uo'o, whereas this year it was "Tiiis is an inereaso'of in 11 months. Has it made you nsked Sir Henry. "In tho It months, ending February. 1020, we impo'-i-i the United 's some of goods. In tiie corresponding tills year we imported worth, no you think it is a pood thing to multiply commodities in a falling market? As a country we seem to be fond of going- to the most ex- pensive market because it is the most TOO BUSY To Visit Your Neighbors and see about buying- some of their machinery, or selling some of Well, then, try a Herald Want willing worker for a small wage." Eight cents per line'Ccount six a Six insertions for the price of four. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN j 1321 10th Ave. S.. Cor. 14th St. 58-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THK VAN ItAARLK'M Private llos- Pital. 12S4 7th Avo. S., Li-thbrUfe: i Phone 746. Accommodation for sur. glcal. medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and jenii-privatn rooms. Kates {30.00. J3S.OIJ and J3f, wnelc. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Yau Haarlem, superiu- MUSIC Experienced Mak'niity Xurse has pri- i vate room for ladies pending ami j during Terms Hinder- j ate. .Mrs. Selby St. -.....---------------......___________ -26 I AILKBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils onter- "i ed for the examinations of the Rovs: Academy and Royal College 'of i Music, London. England. 111! per j _wnt. last year successful. -MRS. w. n. 1'iiino and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams It desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5th Ava. A South. convenient one. Ami at time.- our dollar was at a si-bstamial premium in the markets of lirltuin. I .don't know why we do it. 1'erhaps you do. But is it good business to buy in the dearest rather than in tho V-Li., cheaper. Vkirmlsnos wi i terrible affliction, which can tie Advice from Outside Some little time ago the center it r TmUish troops. Rear Guard Fighting COXSTANTINOPLK. March Greek troops on tile northern front in .re engaged in rearguard 1th tile Turks, it is -stated in advices received here. The Greeks Wail'marched Into (he city of Shehr Street Journal suggested that Canada I on Monday nislit. in millinery H the introduction 1 of trails of tiny flowers or 1'rnit from the edge of the wide brim to the crown 01 tile head j six trails to a. hat. i j edied with the right kind of glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Cure Wright's Jewelry Stora. can spare rather than the j can get away with. He should largely curtail buying in the American Sir Henry contin- ued. "What think of a. nation letting berself drift along till it.eet.-i MORE LIBRARY WORK such advice as this outsid-'j INHIGH SCHOOLS ONE "Canada is one of the chief agrinil-i OF PRESENT DAY NEEDS tural countries of tho world, "yet _________ might ask if the c-itv dwellers an: a! are TORONTO, liar. the English j ami-, history section of the' Ontario CUNARD vANCHOR- A n c h o r Donald son CANADIAN SAILINGS HAMBURG Smoke "Then what is the matter witli thn Canadian appla? During that time WQ imported 198.0" Phone 1953 Residence Phone 1937